Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 16, 1948 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 16, 1948
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Pago Four Warren Named Council for State AEA HOPE STAR, HOPE, .ARKANSAS Thursday, December 16, 1948 E Bailey, as general counsel for the Arkansas Kdnoation Association lias be-on aiuu.ninci.-ci by AEA executive Secretary Hoyt Pyle. i Warren immediately announced !(hut under section 20;').') of Pope's -"" ' " '--•• ' lias author!- ; 1 i i en t, i.U Ii I' : 1 hi. t. LI*.'J I £,\)ri'i <•" ' <)}.": ^ Rock. Dec. 10 —i/Vi — Ap- digest, the state now has author!- \Ar\r\O ^¥nw» M ol Kugc-ne \V:,n-cn. lor- t Y, to make re-assessments of tax- riUjJC JrOr •ible rnoperty m any conngy w))ere - : . * partner of the Ir.te Carl incmiitit-s exist. ' i stor ot Hopo 1899: Press 1927. rescoti Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turbcrville ami Mrs. .Toe Boswcll spent Sunday in Arkadelphia with relatives. YOU'LL ENJOY SHOPPING at H ORR^ \JeJD^ 3f!f>fe £C^^^i»i * LETTUCE Crisp and Firm Heads ^*=lC CELERY Golden Pascal Stalk ,*•• YAMS Red Velvet KILN DRIED Ibs. DIAMOND BRAND -- NO. 1 BROOKFIELD f S" D Sf •*£\* PURASNOW ' or LIGHT CRUST CHEESE or ONfON PUFFS pkg. • PAPER i SHELL Ib. * ; PICKLED PEACHES 1 No- 2 2 can «J j .Colored j Oleomargarine Ib. U. S. GOVT. INSP. Ib. Stew 3 r* Htf" 1 *^«L Happy Vale .. " ; ENGLISH PEAS can C See our complete line of SEASONINGS EXTRACTS.and. SPICES : ' also W:!NE VINEGARS and HERBS Blackeye PEAS ... Meci can . .i Phone" 266 *. & MKT. Deliver The heart of the crop -^ is the seed you plant 'Increase Hold of Coker 200 Wilt Resistant Cotton, 29-18 Breeder Foundation Stock. Photo taken in early September shows heavy frujlage,\ wide, iluliy, op'ening of bolls, wejt .spaced Iraiting branches and earliness. Coker 100 Wilt Resistant Come in and-book your order Cotton wins First Place in. 3 state contests c..id combines premium staple, eailiness and «asy pickinq now for Coker 100 Wilt Resistant Cotton Seed and remember to. pick, up ypur copy oi Coker's New Cotton Catalog. PLANT TO PROSPER HOPE, ARK. 5% Discount on Paid Purchases This Month Only! Stor ot Hopo 1899; Press 1927, Consolidated January 18, 1929 f'uWir,he'.J every weekday afternoon b\ STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President AIox. H. Washburn, Secretary-Treasurer ol (he Sfar building 212-214 South Walnut Street, Hope, Ark. Alex. H. West-burn, Editor R, Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Gcorgo W. Hosmer, Moch. Supt. Jess M. Gavis, Advertising Manager Entered as second class matter 1 of thi.- Post Office o! Hope, Arkansas, under tb« Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Pross. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise) Association. | Subscription Rates: (Always Payable ti Advance): By city carrier per week 20i per month 85c. Mail rotes-—in Hemp , stead, Nevada, Howard, Miller an< uarayette counties, $4.50 per year; else whero $8.50. National Advertising Representative — Atkunsas Dailies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn Slerick Building; Chicago, 400 Nori'n Mich igan Avenue; New York City, 292 Modist. Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grant Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg. Mew Orlcan-j, 722 Union St. Member of the Associated Press: Hi. Associated Press is entitled exclusively ti ihe use tor republication of all the loca news printed in this newspaper, as well cr ill AP news dispatches. Taxing Spree **& H May Be Averted I Little Hock, Dec. 15 — (UP) — | The possibility that a "wild tax ('•ing spree" by the I!M9 legislature I can be averted through discovery 'of new revenue was seen today iby Slate Sen. Clyde E. Byrd of El! Dorado. ! Byrd, chairman of the sta'.-j lei yislative council's budget com; nhttee, said yesterday that a lasl- i minute cheek uncovered an esti ' mated five to six-million dollars a i.yr-;>i- for the next bicnnium. The i extra money could be obtained iron) better tax collections and by r.n adjustment of the revenue stabi- i icnjuhy conference with Gov.-elect i lix.ation act. l.l.Vi'd's statement \v;i'^ ni.'tfic 1 \n i a council meeting here following a | lengthy conference with Gov.-elect [Sid McMath. Byrd told the council ; that his .committee succeeded in i parhifi all'budccls within estimated ! revenues. But lie .said his group be- ileaves that at least $15.no'.0()0 mon- jis necessary it state departments | and institutions arc to give minimum service. The extra revenue would go a long way toward preventing a drive for more taxes to'raise this needed money. Byrd explained. However. McMath said later he- did not believe these, changes would eliminate complei^y .'tlia. necessity of his asking the ; gcberai nssmbly for more revenue. ; : -. ; In discussing • the source of new revenue. . Byrd mentioned that as most construction is to be curtailed an adjustment 'of the revenue stabilization act might make some building funds available. He also mentioned that the general surplus fund, estimated to total some $3." 000,000 by the end of the year, may be effected. At the same time, however, the education committee of the. council was recommending drastic re 1 visions intact laws.to produce an . estimated $7.500.000 a year for j schools. The committee after declaring that a 20 per cent increase in teachers salaries was imperative recommended reinstatement ot the •••'•• to in Hie property tax fit-Id. It also recommended passage of a i .si- tax law and an adjustment of racing fees and severance taxes lo ; produce from six to 10 millions ! dollars annually. Friday, December 17 The Benjrunin Culp ('hajitfrr D.A.H will meet at tin: he.me ol Mrs. J. J>. Hi-.sl.crly at 7 |-.n>. Friday, December 20 The Order o, 1 ' the Kasli/rn Star will hold it:; regular meeting at the Masonic Hall, Monday at 7::jl) p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gee Sr. entertained on Wednesday r.-vomng with a dinner at tiv-ir homo on East ,'Jrr.l tor the personnel of the Prcscolt Rephan's Store and their families. Iu:d rose:; and chrysanthemum:; were used to decorate the living room. The dining table was covered with a white linen cloth and Centered with pine needles and cones en a reflector and interspersed with, red ornaments and lighted red tapers in Chri.slm;:.'; holders. Covers were laid for: Mr. and Mrs. Coy Deivoo'ly. Mr. and Mrs. Kdgar Andrews, Caroline Andrew-; Mrs. B. C. Stivers. Mr. and Mrs.' Allen Gee Jr. Bill Gee and Mr and Mrs. Allen Gee Sr. Mrs Frank Gilbert was hostess to the "47 Contract Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. The rooms were decorated with a lighted Christmas tree and silver gum drop trees carrying out the Christinas theme. There were four tables of bridge with Mrs. Vernon . Buchanan wiiV- ning high score prize. Mrs. Gilbert served a .delicious dessert plate to • club members" Mrs. C. P. Arnold, Jr.. Mrs. George- Christopher, Mrs. Jack f-farrell Mrs Jess Hays. Mrs. Hansel Tier- ing. Mrs Archie ' Johnson. Mrs Mark Jusliss. Mrs. Powell Morgan Mrs. Dan Pittman. Mrs. Art Regnier and to guests. Mrs. Allen Gee Sr.. Mrs. Charlie Scott. Mrs Edward Bryson, Mrs. H. H. Mc- Kcnzie, Mrs. Paul Buchanan and to tea guests. Mrs. J. K. Cnm's with a field trial, followed by thV old Parker. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Craig Jr. whose little son Gary has been quite ill with the measles will he pleased to learn that he is improved. j Mrs. Robert Maxwell has return- i ed to her home in Tcxarkana after i a visit with her parents. Mr. and |?,ir.:. W. O. Hays. ! All.-.:n Grceson and Mrs. Matt : Hill of Little Rock spent the week j end in Pre.s.coll with relatives and | wi'h their mother, 'Mrs. W:'M. j Greeson who is ill in the Texarkatia i ho.spilal. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lcvercllc of Hope spent Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Davis. Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Bensberg and -daughter Priscilla and Mrs. E". L. Cass spent Monday ii. Camden. Mrs J. V. Tcdford has returned from Des Moincs, Iowa wher° she was the guest of her daughter. Mrs. Kenneth Hazznrd and family. A tourist stopped to quiz a mountain boy about life in the hill country. "My maw and paw had an awful lime gettin' hitched," the lad confided. "Maw wouldn't .marry paw when he was drunk and paw wouldn't marry maw when he was sober." Clubs Hlnton On Monday, December 13 Hinton Home Demonstration Club met at the Church for the regular meeting. Miss Voncille Black acted as president. Devotional was omitted. Minutes and treasury report was read. The following officers were elected for 194!): Mrs. LeRoy Smith. president; Mrs. Edd Black, Vice- president; Mrs. Tommie Gibson. Secretary and Treasurer; and Mrs. R. 1C. Adams, reporter. Seventy- five cents was turned in by oiir coupon captain. Our lucky box brought $1.00 and was won by Mrs. Lelioy Smith. We then had a guessing contest and the prizes were won by Mrs. Lester Cox and Mrs. Henry Black. Our Club will sponsor a community church. Everyone is invited to come and bring a gift. We will exchange gifts at the tree. All children are invited (o come and bring their parents with them. Finis Odom will conduct pur Christmas carols. Dainty refreshments were s£~f- vcd by Mrs. R. E. Adams. _~ High State .1 ,'. Elevation of West Virginia ranges from 48GO feet at Spruce Knob to 240 feet above sea level at Harper's Ferry. The state has the highest mean elevation of any stale cast of the Mississippi river, 1500 feet. :; OF CHRISTMAS - „ . Kitchen Corners Often Neglected in Cleaning Corners and cracks in the kitchen are often neglected in cleaning because they are difficult to reach with a cloth or brush. As a result enough crumbs or bits of food may be left in these inaccessible places to keep pantry pest. 1 alive and ready lo infest food supplies. Clean such places with the vae : uum cleaner, using the attachment i with the smallest no/./.le. suggest;. j I orruiiic rsiackwoud, home demon- I sli-ation agent. Very often Ihe pull j of the vacuum will easily and j quickly draw out crumbs 'and dirt I that are hard to remove in any | other way. Instead of the usual | method of emptying drawers and j turning them upside down to re[ move crumbs, let the vacuum no/.1 .'.le lilt out the litter. Tin.'. i|(iick cleaning method also effective for other crannies in the house which may be holding lint and dust in which clothes moths thrive. The Nevada Connlv Coon MI in'; ers Association will hold ils Th'r. Annual meeting on l ; 'ridav. D; cembor 17. The" meet will be )r-H al the H. O. Hig-m;hl Packing Shed three- miips nori'n of PmseoM 01 Highway U7. H will lie;; : n ,-t •> n m Clure. buy.>r, of Nashvill'-. Arkan- I bench show. Tlv public is cordial) j invited to atlencj. The Prcscoti Chamber of Commerce announced today tiio-e attending from Piescott the Cougres- siona! Forum and lunch'jon w'hich was given by the Greater Li(H<. Rock Chamber of C; innierce las! Friday, December :-!. \vero ,1. R' Br.-mis. a member of Ui» Board of Directors of the State Chamber oi Commerce Economic C-.-uncil H B. Detamar, T. J. Silvjy. Claud: Prive. L. L. Mitchell, liar-lid ?,v' gram and J. A. Craig. Jr. Th- luncheon was atu-ndcd by a I iruc cross representation of state leaders as well as business and profejs- sional reprcsentutives. Tho totri! attendance was well over 11!()0. The retail program acli\'il.ii's oi' the Retail Merchants and Retail Grocers Committees of the Pres- coll Chamber of Commerce .were recently recognized in the last quarterly publication of the "Suuthri'M Executive" which is published by Ihe Soulhei-n Association of Chani- bcr of Commerce executives. Specifically mentioned and recognized was the Prescott Hour radio program over KXAR at ['.one, Arkansas, which concluded ils fi'ial program of the series Friday, October 1. Also mentioned v.'a.s the Trades Day Program which was inaugurated by the merchants ui Prescott. The Nevada County Day activities • presented before the Greater Little Rock Chamber ol Comnierco Friday, Novembv.- -j|j. was also recognized and Ihe souvenir ash trays were- UK nlimn ci a:; an outstandng example of what. ;, community could do in pul.hci/.iii" its natural resources. R. T. Miirry announced lodav that .suflicienl funds had In-'.-ii raisi-d for (In- conslructioM uf a Packing Shed and tin- i>i;ii,-]iii!> ,,r Mi is Stu-d will lu-giii as sooii ; , s f.iril details of the con:--tnn'Uou can be compl.-te:!. A .special ineeling with fin 1 ) !\Ic- Culre. buyer, of N;i:--|ivilU-. Ai-Uaii- sas. who will operate Ihe Packing Shed, has been arranged for m-xt" Tuesrlav afternoon. Dei-ember li'l at ihe City Hall aiich'torium al 1 fiiti '.••.in. luire in J'rosc/itl. All famr-rs i.litcrested in 4riu:!y crops, vocai.ion- •||' agrie'tiltui-e tciichi-r's, ai.'.i-ienltin i i> teachers ami connl'.- a'.'.i-icuip.'vi. "!i-ncy department heads ;.H- m-.;. ed to attend Hii:.; nii-eling h, ui .;..\ 46 oz. Can Cranberry Sauce Ocean Spray Brand Delicious. Orange Juice Kiogerliigh (ju.ility. Save. Kroger Peas g ^; s2 Medium size Sifted. 12 cans 1.75 Garden Peas 2 ^InT 3 Del Monte Early Garden Variety'. French Beans Slokley's Delicious. Kroger Pumpkin g Nc ?. m '^ Makes Delicious Pics. ;Stokley:C6rn N ° ai f 3 '. Cream Style-White.' Save. 5 Ib. Can 47c No. 2 Can 33c 25e 21 Fruit 1 Cocktai! N ^^ Stokley. High Quality. Kroger MiSk g J^ Enriched with Vitamin "A" Pei-Milk Pure and Convenient. Kroger Coffee lb Tin Vacuum Packed. Always Fresh. Spotlight Coffee .-Jot-Dated to insure Freshness. Niblefrs Corn 2' la oz ' Delicious AVliole!; Kernel Corn. Tall Cans lb. Blue Karo Fine Flavor. \\-> lb. 17c. Cigarettes All popular Brands. Manhattan Mix Kroger Assorted Candies. Ctn. 1. 1 29c Cello. Chocolate Drops Cello. 33C ivrogcr's Old Fashioned Candy. Brazil Nuts High quality. Fine Flavor. Pecans Large Papcrshcll Variety. Cello. 430 Walnuts Cello. 45C Diamond Brand. Mod. Budded. 3 1b. .3 Tin I . HeiFelziHome Style. '•'•• >:' .10 oz. '•Jars -./Kroger Butter; ^ . ."' Jligh Quality by Kraft. Windsor Spread 2 Delicious Cheese .Food. , -..^ lb. , lb. Kroger Flour &is B;i In a Heady Made Apron Hag, Devil Food Mix For Easy lo make Cakes'. Hot Roll Mix ] ^ Pillsbnry. noils in a Minute. ^' ">- 1 14 oz. Pits'. We reserve the :',.,/.•;.'; right :tq fimit i :;'. ; Quantity Sales Exccllcriti'for Cookirig: ; Ibs. CHRISTMAS 100 Pieces KROGER t' e Sliced or Crushed No. 2 Can Krogo 100% all Vegetable Shortening. FruitCake f* 2.19 Kroger. Properly Aged. Kroger Bread gi^ 27© Fresh. Priced to Save. Premium Crackers c "^ Fresh and Sailed just right. Spic & Span Handy Household Cleanser. Dreft L Don't Get left,. Use Brett. kuz •':••". LRC This Soap Docs Everything. Can 31c - Box . Bar Mccl. Bar Small Bars Ivory Soap Mild and Gentle. Ivory Soap Hij{h Quality. Ivory Soap 3 Bars Sweet. Fine For Washables. P & G Soap Fine Laundry Soap. WoodburySoap 3 BBrs For that Soft, Lovely Skin. Sweetheart Soap 21"!'s27c Sweet and Gentle. ' Blu White Blue the modern way. Bot. FA! S TASTF i-~ill \. k:«,«J ! /\teJ> 6 Li, 'V A * I \/ f vn/Hpr'i YAH NPFV^ v T B S <w i S s'U'U! bJCBy-Cj.. -rOT-a*BE,r~"aRi %:f -.'Hil Uf .,:,"* r •- i-.- ' •': >H :; •?-••."• i ':'4': -}<>>: : <' '•''•ySiiirtfix'..'®^. . .»* •-,.;••/.•-., jistat-sfaaaFfa/wsa j* ' •g^jp-&**$.; :&:'!:, «-— ^| ' i M ^^^' : »—--•;;- .^- . ».,,.j. ^stt fflraiiwi... O (T 1 1 Hi^i™!*^ fl A y^/^k.! S L! C ED. 6 AGO N Armour's White Label. Kroger cut-Baby Beef Sliced Bacon ln , b . 59c SMOKED Wilson's Certified, Tender. «, 72c CHUCK ROAST Kroger Cut Baby Beef Swifl's Prjinium Fancy. Cooked Picnics , h 45G lb. «Jt^fe«w- • »Ulf UteSJOV* B&lUtiV . "V< '•" v JlWUK 1 * , , ,, fr***** > / ,•:.,-'.»' *—*.*>./ A. * > BLUE BREAD Many, Mony Hours Fresher . . . Because It's Baked in Hope Cucliihy Puritan. F;uicy. Piece Bacon Cudahy Puritan. Fancy. Lean Tasty lioslon Mutts KROGER Pork Sausage Armour Star Pure Pork. Ib. Roll 57 °l 52c| 43c York dressed. Head, and insides (approx ~, 3 lb. v.-r.Kte) are weighed'/* and included in Uie price. Krog eady. 100-% C cieant-cl before you buy. & A b.nter lurltcy, a better clerlul ivhef .\oii -..( w'-!i.n \<•" ilili in: \'u-l;s ViipoKuh! Ni.w. . .wlu-nvuur child w::!:,-., a cror.py couuh ui a ci-Ui, h M-'-~ a •>•/)(•('-((/ way tu u-e' Yi'-i:"; YapoKub. Ii'; >/<../:.{>/,';,./; ,S, ;-.<.• .>.-.•--and ii. bliugij 'ix'ii I i!.'.v.."..; Jour child Iji-•-•:<.!he in ii; • Lhial lube.-, und miy u.iUtH! ^y VAPORUB 15 45G Whiting ]b -J9 C Scaled, Pan_Ready. jy TURKEY , GIVES YOU MORE MEAT PER POUND er Oven-Ready Turkeys are completely cleaned 100% dressed. The head, feet, and insides are removed before the turkey is weighed and priced — you get more meat, less waste. Giblets are cleaned, wrapped, and placed in the carcass. The turkey is ready to roast. There's no fuss, no muas — just stuff and bake. Enjoy the tenderest, juiciest, easiest-to-flx turkey you ever had. ORDER YOURS TODAYI Firm Golden High Quality Oranges Oranges Grapefruit JLMCV Texas Californiu Naval Marsh Seedless 8£ 0 33c CRANBERRIES ^ p^ Cello £<OU I'Ji'ni. Jjiu-ge lit:A Berries. Appl pc r- ib &r\ **rru,ca *"•>, ., • /lC|r» ,,, . . ..,. •** Bag tf^lji u-j.sinngiun Winesap Variely. RADISHES 3 Bd , s 10c r resh iexas Grown CABBAGE 3lbs 10c i-resn Green Texas Grown. ' 3.49

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